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    -Why do learners sometimes not take their new knowledge and skills back to their work place after training?
    -Provide a detailed list of some possible reasons and ways to solve the problems. Any help would be great:)

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    Why do learners sometimes not take their new knowledge and skills back to their work place after training?
    Here are some reasons:
    -Training was not adequately transferred to employee. This may be due to method of training being ineffective, employee not paying attention, or training not being matched to employee's level of skill
    -Upon return employees are not asked about training, training is forgotten and overlooked in rush of day to day tasks
    -Training does not appropriately transfer into a real life situation for the employee
    -Training is not reinforced at work place
    -Training emphasized theory rather than practice so employee has trouble using it in daily ...

    Solution Summary

    This solution addresses why learners do not always bring back the lessons learned during training and apply them to work. This solution gives detailed reasons and ways to address this problem. It includes a helpful link.

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